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the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did forge a certain [here 13. Forms. came the instrument), which said forged is as follows, that is lo say, [here set out the instrimest verbatim, see ante, p. 125], with intent then and there 10 drfraud es. E. F.; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against tee peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. (2nd count.) 2nd count. And the jarers aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, further present, that the said C. D. after Dards, to wil, en the day and year aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the early sferesaid, feloniously did forge a certain other state the instrument forged as in the indictment for a larceny of the instrument, 2 & 3 Will. IV. €. 123, skie, p. 116), with intent then and there to defraud the said E. F.; against the form of the fatale in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, het eroars and dignity. (3rd count). And the jurors aforesaid, upon 3rd count. their eitt afereeid, do further present, that the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day as year aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously du *, a!ter, dispose of, and put off, a certain other forged - which said lastmentioned ferged is as follows, that is to say, (here set out the indictment verbatim), silk intent then and there to defraud the said E. F., (he the said C. D., at the time he 19 uttered and published the said last-mentioned forged. -as aforesaid, ikea and there well knowing the same to be forged); against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her eron and dignity. (ith count). And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath 4th count. aferr said, do further present, that the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day and * 17 ajuresnis, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did off-r, etter, dispose of, and put off a certain other forged (as in the second count], with inteal, f. (as in the last count]. [Add another set of counts describing the Other counts. furged instrument in such a manner as would support an indictment for steal. ing it).

(to sit.) The jurors for our laly the Queen upon their oath present, that (12). Indictment C.D., late of the parish of —, in the county of labourer, on the

day of for forging

and - is the — year of the reign of our lady the now Queen Victoria, at the parish

uttering a bank afuresaid in the county aforesaid, feloniously did forge (“forge or alter”) a certain sale of the GoreTror and Company of the Bank of England, commonly called a bank rote," any pole or bill of exchange of the governor and company of the Bank of England, commonly called a bank note, a bank bill of exchange, or a bank post Lill, or any indorsement on, or assignment of, any bank note, bank bill of ex. charge, or bank post bill,”) which said forged note is as follows, that is to say, (here set out the bank note in words and figures, correctly), with intent then and iere le defraud the Gorernor and Company of the Bank of England; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our laty the Queen, her crown and dignity.- And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath 2nd count. af resaid, do further present, that the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day and year of renaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did offer, 1.LT, dispose of, and put off a certain other forged note of the Governor and Compasy aj ibe Bank of England, commonly called a bank note, which said last-menrimed ja ei note is as follows, that is to say, (here set out the bank note], with itiral ther and there to defraud the said Governor and Company of the Bank of Eaglund, (he the said C. D., at the time he so offered, uttered, disposed of, and put off the said last-mentioned forged note as aforesaid, then and there well knowing the *** is be forged); against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and agaiast lhe peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity.--And the 3rd count. jares aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present, that the said C. D. attetevds, to wit, on the day and year aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the eeunty aforesaid, feloniously did forge a certain promissory note (" any bill of excharge or promissory note for the payment of money, or any indorsement on, or 23si zament of, any bill of exchange or promissory note for the payment of Doney, or any acceptance of any bill of exchange,") for the payment of money,

chick said forged promissory note is as follows, that is to say, (here set out the bank note], with intent then and there to defraud the said Governor and Company of the Bank of England; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, ed against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. And the 4th count.

osrs aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present, that the said C. D. afterwards, lo wit, on the day and year aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did offer, ulter, dispose of, and put off a certain other farged preaissory note for the payment of money; which said last-mentioned promissory note is as follows, that is to say, [here set out the bank note], with intent then

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and there to defraud the said Governor and Company of the Bank of England, the said C. D., at the time he so offered, uttered, disposed of, and put off the si last-mentioned forged promissory note as aforesaid, then and there well knowing same to be forged); against the form of the statute in such case made and provid and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. [Add anot) set of counts, charging the forgery, &c. to have been committed with intent defraud the person to whom the note was uttered or passed. Add a set of cou describing the forged instrument in such manner as would sustain an indictm for stealing the same. See 2 & 3 Will. IV. c. 123, s. 3; ante, p. 116, 125).

(13). Indictment
for forging a will
(ante, pp. 128, 129).

[Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.) a certain will and testament, ("any w testament, codicil, or testamentary writing,") which said forged will and testamu is as follows, that is to say, [here recite the will verbatim, including the attes tions), with intent then and there to defraud one E. F.; against the form of the si tute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady the Que her crown and dignity. [Add a count, stating that he "did offer, utter, disp of, and put off," as in the form, ante, p. 140, No. 11. As to other counts, seet observations and suggestions in Jervis, Arch. C. L. 6th ed. 313].

[Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.) a certain bill of exchange, (" any bill of e change, or any promissory note for the payment of money,") which said forg bill of exchange is as follows, that is to say, “ £50. London, 20th Novembi 1836. Three months after date pay" [&c. &c. setting out the bill of exchange words and figures correctly,] with intent then and there to defraud one E. 1 against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against / peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. (2nd count, stating that t defendant “did offer, utter, dispose of, and put off" a certain other, &c. as in tl precedent, ante, p. 140, No. 11). (A count for forging the acceptance may thus—And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present, th the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the year and day last aforesaid, at the pari aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, having in his custody and possession a certa other bill of exchange, which said last-mentioned bill of exchange is as follows, thi is to say, here set out the bill,] he the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the da and year last aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, felonious did forge on the said last-mentioned bill of exchange an acceptunce, ("any ir dorsement on, or assignment of, any bill of exchange or promissory note for th payment of money, or any acceptance of a bill of exchange," of the said last mentioned bill of exchange : which said forged acceptance is as follows, that is i say, Accepted, J. K." (or as the acceptance may be], with intent then and ther to defraud the said E. F.; against the form of the statute in such case made an provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. (44) count. Same as the last, to the end of the copy of the bill of exchange ; an then as follows:-And on which said last-mentioned bill of exchange was then ani there written a certain forged acceptance of the said last-mentioned bill of exchange which said forged acceptance of the said last-mentioned bill of exchange is as fol lows, that is to say, (here set out the acceptance, as in the last count], he the sand C. D. well knowing the premises last aforesaid, afterwards, to wit, on the day and year last aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did offer, ulter, dispose of, and put off, the said forged acceptance of the said last-mer: tioned bill of exchange, with intent then and there to defraud the said E. F. (he the said C. D. at the time he so offered, uttered, disposed of, and put off the said forged acceptance of the said last-mentioned bill of exchange, then and there well knowing the same to be forged); against the form of the statute in such case made and pron vided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. ! count for forging may be thus-And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present, that the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day and year last aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, having in his custody and possession a certain other bill of exchange, which said last-mentioned bill of exchange is as follows, that is to say, [here set out the bill], he the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day and year last aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did forge on the back of the said last-mentioned bill of exchange, a certain indorsement of the said bill of exchange; which said forged indorsement : as follows, that is to say, John King," with intent and there to defraud the same E. P.; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and agains

(14). Indictment for forging a bill of exchange (ante, p. 129).

2nd count.

3rd count.

4th count.

5th count.

6th count.

the peace of our lady the Queena, her crown and dignity. (6th count. Same as the 13. Forms. last, to the end of the copy of the bill of exchange, and then as follows)--And on the back of which said last-mentioned bill of exchange was then and there written a certain farged indarsen ent of the said last-mentioned bill of exchange, which said last-soutissed farged iädorsement is as follows, that is to say, " John King,he the sais C. D., well knoring the premises last aforesaid, afterwards, to wit, on the day ard yrar last aforesaid, at the parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously di effet, sttet, dispose of, and put off the said last-mentioned forged indorsement of the said last-mentioned bill of exchange, with intent then and there to defraud the said E. F. (he tre said C. D. at the time he so offered, uttered, disposed of, and put of the sand lasi-sentioned forged indorsement of the said last- mentioned bill of ex. change, then and there well knowing the said indorsement to be forged); against the fors of the statate in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady The Quece, ker eTeHH and dignity. [Add counts, describing the bill &c. in such Other counts. manner as rould support an indictment for stealing the same, see 2 & 3 Will. IV. c. 123, s. 3, ante, p. 118. Supposing E. F. to be the person to whom the bill #23 ottered or passed, add other sets of counts, charging the forging and uttering to have been with intent to defraud the drawer, acceptor, and indorser respec

tively.)

Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.] a certain warrant and order for the payment (1.5). Indictment of naty, skich said forged warrant and order for the payment of money is as fol. for forging an

undertaking, icas, that is to say: (here set out the order], with intent ihen and there to defraud

warrant, or order E. F.; ageisst the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against for the payment the peace of car lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. [Add a count for offering, of money ante, Etterisz, disposing, and putting off, " a certain other warrant and order for the

Pp. 128, 129). Pagerat ef money." Add counts describing the instrument in such manner as

support an indictment for stealing the same. See 2 & 3 Will. IV. c. 123, ma't, fp. 116, 125].

Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.) in the county aforesaid, feloniously did wilo (16). Indictment fully alter certain words and figures, that is to say, (set out the words and figures for making false

entries of stock (a). as they were before the alteration), in a certain book of account kept by the GoRCP and Company of the Bank of England, in which said book the accounts of the Orners of certain stock, annuities, and other public funds, to wit, the [state the stock), skich rere then transferable at the Bank of England, were then and there beri cand estered by [set out the alteration and the state of the account or item when so altered], with intent then and there and thereby to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England ; against the form of the statute in such case eode and prorided, and against ihe peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and digmity. Add a count with intent to defraud the owner of the stock].

(

Conssence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.) in the county aforesaid, feloniously did forge (17). Indictment a trouéer of a certain share and interest in certain stock and annuities, ("stock, for forging and aray, or other public fund,") to wit, -[state the amount and description of uttering a transfer 430, which said stock and annuities were then transferable at the Bank of Eng. p.131). izd, and schick said transfer then and there purported to be made by one E. F., Eitt intent then and there to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of Eyland; against the form of the statule in such case made and provided, and wain: the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. (2nd count, stat. 2nd count. ug that C. D.) “ did utter a cerlain other forged transfer of a certain share and interest af and in certain other stock and annuities, to wit, which said lastsi stired stock and annuities were then transferable at the Bank of England, and tiek sard last-mentioned transfer then and there purported to be made by the said E F., srith intent then and there to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of E-gland, he the said E. D., at the time he uttered the said last-mentioned forged irauler of the said share and annuity, then and there well knowing the same to be farged; against the form of the statuie in such case made and provided, and against fee peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity." [It is usual to add crunts with intent to defraud the owner of the stock, and the person to whom the suk was transferred].

(a) See ante, p. 131. See a form of indictment for making a transfer of stock in the name of another not the owner, Jerv. Arch. C. L. 9th ed.

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(18). Indictment
for forging and
uttering a power
of attorney to
sell out stock, &c.
(ante, p. 132) (a).
2nd count,

Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.) in the county aforesaid, feloniously did for a certain power of allorney to transfer a certain share and interest in cerlain stor and annuities which then were transferable at the bank of England; which sa forged power of attorney is as follows, that is to say, (set it out], with intent the and there to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England ; again the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. (2nd count, stating that C. D.) “d utler a certain other forged power of attorney, purporting to be a power of attorni to transfer a certain share and interest of the said E. F. in certain stock and a nuities which then were transferable at the Bank of England, to wit, ti intent then and there to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of En land, he the said C. D. then and there well knowing the said last-mentioned puu of allorney to be forged; against the form of the statute in such case made ar provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity."(3rd count, stating that C. D.) "feloniously did demand and endeavour to have certain share and interest of the said E. F. in certain stock and annuities which we then transferable at the Bank of England, to wit, - , transferred in the bool of the said Bank of England, by virtue of a certain other forged power of attorne purporting to be a power of altorney to transfer the said share and interest of all said E. F. in the said stock and annuilies so transferable as aforesaid, with inter then and there to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, 1 the said C. D., at the time he so demanded and endeavoured to have the said sha: and interest transferred as aforesaid, then and there well knowing the said last mentioned power of attorney to be forged; against the form of the statute in suc case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her cro and dignity." [It is usual to add counts with intent to defraud the owner of th stock, and also the person to whom the prisoner attempted to transfer it.]

3rd count.

(19). Indictment [Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.] a certain bond and writing obligatory for forging a bond which said forged bond and writing obligatory is as follows, that is to say, Know al (ante, p. 133).

men (&c. set out the bond and condition verbatim,] with intent then and there a

defraud the said E. F.; against the form of the statute in such case made and pra 2nd count. vided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignily. (201

count). And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present that the said C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day and year first aforesaid, at tht parish aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did offer, utter, dispose of, and put off, a certain other forged bond and writing obligatory, which said last-mentioned forged bond and writing obligatory is as follows, that is to say: Know all men (&c. set out the bond and condition verbatim), with intent then and there to defraud the said E. F., he the said C. D., at the time he so offered, uttered, disposed of, and put off the said last-mentioned forged bond and writing obligatory as aforesaid, then and there well knowing the same to be forged; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our Lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. [Add counts describing the instrument in such manner as would support an indictment for stealing the same. See 2 & 3 Will. IV. c. 123, s. 3, ante, p. 118.]

(20). Indictment for forging a receipt (ante, pp. 133, 134).

2nd count,

[Commence as ante, p. 140, No. 11.) a certain acquittance and receipt for money, which said forged acquillance and receipt for money is as follows, that is to say, set out the receipt in words and figures verbatim), with intent then and there to defraud E. F.; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her crown and dignity. (2nd count); And the jurors aforesaid, upon their oath aforesaid, do further present, that the s C. D. afterwards, to wit, on the day and year first aforesaid, at the parish afore said, in the county aforesaid, feloniously did offer, utter, dispose of, or put of certain other forged acceptance and receipt for money, which said last-mentioned forged acceptance and receipt for money is as follows, (set out the receipt), til intent then and there lo defraud the said E. F., (he the said C. D., at the time he su offered, ultered, disposed of, and put off the said last-mentioned forged acquittance and receipt for money as aforesaid, then and there well knowing the same to, forged); against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against

. (a) See a form
power of attorney.

Jerv. Arch. C. L. 6th ed. 322, for forging an attestatiou too

Knitters. de peace of est Lady the Queen, her erown and dignity. [Add counts describing the instrument in such manner as would support an indictment for stealing the same. See 2 & 3 Will. IV. c. 123, s. 3, ante, pp. 118, 125).

Frame-work knitters.

- To wit). The jurars for our Lady the Queen upon their oath present, that (21). Indictment C. D., late of the parish of — , in the county of , labourer, on the day of for having forged

bank notes in Max, is the year of the reign of our Sovereign Lady the now Queen Victoria, at passeio the parisk storesaid, in the county aforesaid, feloniously, and without lawful excuse, p. 136). had in his eatedy and possession five forged bank notes for the payment of five pounds escl; the said Č. D. then and there well knowing the said several bank notes, and each and etery of them, respectively, to be forged; against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our Lady the Queen, her crown end agrity.

Fornication. See post, Lewdness;" Disorderly House,Vol. II.

Fortune Telling.

Vol. II.

See Witchcraft,Vol. VI.; Egyptians,"

frames, Malicious Injuries to, see Malicious Injuries to Pro

perty," Vol.V. pp. 28, 30; Exportation of, see "Manufactures,"
Vol.v.

Frame-wUork Knitters.

As to the offence of frame-breaking, see 7 & 8 Geo. IV. c. 30, s. 3; "Malicious Injuries to Property,Vol. V. pp. 28, 30.

By stat. 6 Geo. III. c. 29, s. 1, all frame-work knitted pieces, and Pieces to be stockings made of thread, cotton, worsted, or yarn, or any mixture of marked ail or any of the said materials, or of any other materials, except such s shall be made of silk only, which shall contain three or more threads, shall be marked with the same number of ilet-holes, and no more, as there are threads contained in each piece or pair; and such ilet-holes shall be made distinctly in one direct line, or in the same course, and shall not exceed the distance of three inches from the two extreme iletholes; and no such ilet-holes shall be made or placed within the distance of four inches of any letter, figure, mark, or other device, which shall be put or woven in any such goods or manufactures; and all such ilet-holes shall be made within four inches of the top or end of every soch piece or pair; and no ilet-hole, or imitation thereof, shall be made o put in any frame-work knitted piece or pair of stockings, upon any account whatsoever, except as hereinbefore directed.

Sect. 2. Nothing herein shall prevent any manufacturers from using remnants, or materials of any sort, in the welts and tops of stockings only, at any distance not exceeding three inches from the top, although the same shall not contain so great a number of threads as are contained in the legs of such stockings.

Sect. 3. If any master frame-work knitter, or master hosier, or any Penalty on not other person, shall make or work, or cause or procure to be made or mar

marking. VOL. III.

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